Tiny Boston for New York City Drone Film Festival / From @AboveSummit

A tilt-shift hyperlapse aerial video filmed in our home town, Boston.
Be sure to watch in HD and full screen.

The 25th anniversary of STS Media TV-Holding

On the 30th of October in Academical hall of Russian Academy of Sciences took place the event: “The 25th anniversary of STS Media TV-Holding – Presentation of the holding’s television channels’ new season.” For the first time within the limits of one event all holding’s TV-channels were presented.

Radugadesign designed 180 degrees videomapping projection for the event. The 10-minute show with projection and artists had been produced involving 11 projectors, sliding mapping-decorations and LED screens.

Director of the show Kirill Serebrennikov.

Watch People Get Slow-mo Smacked in the Face With Snowballs

There’s nothing more satisfying than watching someone take a snowball right square in the jaw. Unless of course, it’s a whole crew of folks getting smacked with snow right in the face, like in this seasonal supercut. ‘Tis the season!

The video comes to us by way of Exit10, who decided to make a holiday video card that consisted of a smacking each other in the face with little balls of frozen water. It was shot in slow-mo using a Phantom camera. Really, nothing spells holidays cheer than some frozen precipitation straight to the noggin.

Hat tip to Gizmodo

Lars von Trier Star Wars Teaser

The new Star Wars: The Force Awakens Teaser as if it were done by the great Lars von Trier—known for great films such as ‘Melancholia’ and ‘Antichrist.’

GRAND TOUR 2014 – From San Francisco To Los Angeles


German Lifestyle Magazine WHUDAT joined Mercedes-Benz on their road trip 2014 with the all new AMG GT. The road trip started in San Francisco, from where the whole crew drove to the Laguna Seca Raceway in Salinas. The trip continued along the Big Sur, a sparsely populated region of the Central Coast of California where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean, finally we arrived in Los Angeles – here are some impressions.

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Double Trouble – Time Travel Comedy Short Film

Double Trouble is a story about a young man who misses the opportunity to talk to the girl of his dreams, but finds a mysterious pocket watch that can turn back time, giving him a second chance. The girl comes back, but so does a time traveling clone of the young man.

The film is directed by talented duo Andreas Climent & André Hedetoft and was shot by Swedish director of photography Nils Croné. Los Angeles based composer S. Peace Nistades wrote the music.

Boston Via Drone – 2014 Highlight Reel by Above Summit

These drones can lift heavy cinematic payloads allowing production crews to capture broadcast-quality imagery with rigs that were once only available on the ground.

Air Surfing Through New York City by Raul X Mihai


“After a perfect kiss, you get a feeling of weightlessness. You can compare the sensation to floating or flying.” That’s the spirit captured in this charming stop-motion short, which features a couple floating in the bliss of newfound love and an unlikely sight on the streets of New York City: surfboards. Creative directors Raul Mandru and Mihai Botarel, founders of Raul X Mihai, made the piece as an independent project.

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Antix | GoPro Editor


Antix runs a complex analysis of your session to recognize when you’ve done something awesome and automatically edits your footage into video highlights…

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SciFi Short Film SINGULAR

In an America where everyone has superpowers, Andy, the only kid who doesn’t have one, struggles to escape a group of bullies led by Sofia, who just wants to make Andy’s life more miserable than it already is. But what begins as an ordinary ‘everyday’ beating ends up spiraling out of control, putting our hero in a life-or-death situation where courage, leadership and sacrifice will guide Andy — and Sofia — to discover the true meaning of “being special.”

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Norway – A Time-Lapse Adventure


Outstanding timelapse video by Rustad Media. “This is a time-lapse video resulting from a 15,000 km (almost 10,000 miles) long road trip and tens of thousands of images taken along the way over the last 5 months. The journey has covered all of Norway’s 19 counties, from the far south to the Russian border in the Northeast.

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Radugadesign showreel

Radugadesign showreel 2013-2014.

Ksenia Schnaider Video Campaign F/W2014

Last summer, Ukrainian studio Ksenia Schnaider celebrated its 4th season of holding shows at Chengdu Fashion Week in China. To Ksenia and Anton Schnaider, the designers, some things in Asian culture seemed too unusual during their first visits; but later, they started to feel romantic about them, and Chengdu city itself. In its turn, Ksenia Schnaider`s design gained its true admirers in China. As a result of this mutual love, a short movie was born. In the movie shot by the designers team together with ARCHIVE branding agency, we see beautiful love story of a girl and her city.

Main heroine of the movie is a Chinese girl whom Ksenia met during first show at Chengdu Fashion week, where she came with her mother. In the movie, the girl dressed in Ksenia Schnaider F/W 2014-2015 walks down the central streets of Chengdu, looking all romantic – yet a bit weird, in a sheer Asian way.

The Disguised Job Application

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What do you do when sending tons of job application to ad agencies, but never get attention nor recognized? You send your portfolio – disguised as the worldwide advertising magazine ARCHIVE… Great job, guys!

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Jamés Ventura – Irmãos de Tinta

James Ventura brazilian rapper Documentary Music Video about the streets, graffiti and pixação. All material are real, no simulations.

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